Sunday, July 25, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend edition, July 24 and 25, 2010)

Tony to take his leave, 100 US banks closed and counting and the end of paper money, some of our findings from the weekend financials.

Globe and Mail-- The energy bridge to China
Globe and Mail-- Black invokes wife’s health in bid to return to Toronto
Globe and Mail-- BP chief will be replaced, U.S. official says
National Post-- Hayward said to be discussing departure with BP board
National Post-- Telecoms before the storm
National Post-- GDP reports take the spotlight in the coming week
New York Times-- As BP Lays Out Future, It Will Not Include Hayward
New York Times-- Will Zynga Become the Google of Games?
USA Today-- Travel guru Tom Parsons preaches of low fare virtues
USA Today-- Bleak milestone: Bank failures this year surpass 100
Guardian UK online-- Tony Hayward to quit BP
Guardian UK online-- Seven more US banks collapse on day of Europe's stress tests
Guardian UK online-- Greece on long, hard road to recovery as EU monitors jet in
The Independent-- Here's some good news at last – but we still have a steep road to travel
The Independent-- BP chief Tony Hayward negotiating exit package
Telegraph UK online-- Banks told: lend more or lose bonuses
Telegraph UK online-- The Death of Paper Money
Telegraph UK online-- Right, I’ll see your double dip and raise you an economic black hole
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Gillard pledges $2000 to upgrade your car
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Richard Pratt's wealth 'built on corruption'
People's Daily-- "Double dip" recession unlikely in China in H2: report
People's Daily-- China's western regions see fast growth: report
China Daily-- Outstanding loans to property market up 40% by end of June
China Daily-- Chemical error caused port pipeline blast, finds probe
Times of India-- Must cut dependence on debt, reduce subsidies: PM
Times of India--Banking on monsoon, PM expects inflation to drop by December

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